“Suppose you’re a writer by vocation—a “print-oriented bastard,” as the McLuhanites call us— and you feel, for example, that the novel, if not narrative literature generally, if not the printed word altogether, has by this hour of the world just about shot its bolt...”

John Barth – The Literature of Exhaustion

“[Erratum's] project feels closer to archaeology than traditional publishing – mining both the past and the future for paths not (yet) taken.”

Sam Gregory – Now Then